Harrisville Ugarapal people Originally a cotton-farming town, Harrisville is a part of the spectacular Scenic Rim region, categorized by rolling farmlands and World Heritage listed natural parks. Harrisville is still a quiet town and web searches will reveal notes on potato farming, the welcoming balcony of the Royal Hotel, and the history of a now … Read more

Forest Hill

Forest Hill Forest Hill lies deep in the Lockyer Valley, South East Queensland’s salad bowl – rated as one of the top 10 most fertile farming areas in the world. Narrow country roads open out into golden fields of baled hay, green shoots, or fragrant, freshly turned earth, and colourful produce is for sale in … Read more


Cambooya Giabal and Jarowair People Cambooya is truly a picture book image of a quaint country town. Nestled on the city outskirts south of Toowoomba and just off the New England Highway, it was once the home to the famous author ‘Steele Rudd’ (pseudonym for Arthur Hoey Davis) who brought us famous Australian characters, Dad … Read more


Sandgate Turrbu/Yugarabul people, name der poss: ‘Warra – a stretch or expanse of water’ Sandgate originated as a sea-side resort town for early European Brisbane residents, with boating, golf and swimming combining with the existing heritage listed building to create ideas of a Gatsby-ish playground in the romantic recollections of locals. Theatre has played a … Read more

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